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Taylor Janis LLP focuses exclusively on labour, employment, and related litigation law matters, to serve its diverse group of clients throughout Alberta. We always strive to represent our clients in the most thorough and cost-efficient manner possible.
We are Edmonton, Alberta’s choice for severance advice & negotiation. Please ask about our fee arrangements, including contingency fee options.
Employment Lawyers in Edmonton
Our firm is made up of a team of dedicated labour and employment lawyers and support staff, who can offer a high level of service when it comes to employment and labour law matters.
We focus exclusively on all aspects of employment law. Taylor Janis LLP is able to give you clear explanations and practical, cost-effective advice. Our lawyers have successfully run trials, appeals, mediations, arbitrations, as well as settled labour and employment cases and human rights matters throughout all of Alberta and British Columbia.
Our lawyers have diverse backgrounds in labour, employment, and general litigation and advocacy, and have chosen to practice exclusively in this interesting and diverse area of workplace law.
How Can Our Edmonton Employment Lawyers Help You?
Every employee deserves to have their employment law rights respected throughout all stages of the employment relationship. At Taylor Janis LLP, our goal is to help you understand your legal rights for a variety of employment law issues, including wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, reasonable notice entitlements, severance, and just cause matters. Even if you have not made the decision yet to fully retain an employment lawyer, we can help simplify your problem, and give you clear advice and direction you need in order to solve it.
Whether you are facing a job loss, workplace harassment, and discrimination, or any other employment-related matter, you need the services of an experienced employment lawyer to explain your rights and outline your options.
Our goal is to resolve matters through a tactful negotiation, if possible, and by decisive and resolute litigation when it is not.
If you think your employment law rights have been violated for any reason, there is a good chance that you are owed compensation for those violations. Let our experienced employment lawyers in Edmonton help you find out how much compensation you are entitled to.
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The dismissal of an employee that violates the law or a contract. This can include discrimination, retaliation, or termination in violation of public policy. Employees may be entitled to compensation or reinstatement if they are wrongfully terminated.
Human Rights Violations
Discriminatory practices based on race, gender, religion, age, or disability. Employers are prohibited from engaging in such practices and employees have the right to file complaints and seek compensation for damages caused by such violations.
Changes to your Employment Contract
(Constructive Dismissal) Refers to an employer making significant changes to an employee’s terms and conditions of employment without their consent. This can include changes to pay, hours, or duties. Employees may have legal recourse for such changes.
Disputes with Professional Regulatory Bodies
Conflicts between professionals and the regulatory organizations that oversee their industry. These disputes can include disciplinary actions, revocation of licenses, or other legal issues related to professional conduct. Legal representation may be necessary in such cases.
Long Term Disability Denial
The rejection of an employee’s claim for disability benefits that are intended to provide income replacement during an extended period of absence from work due to illness or injury. Employees may have legal options if their claim is denied.
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WCB Benefit Denial
The rejection of an employee’s claim for workers’ compensation benefits due to a work-related injury or illness. Employees may have legal options if their claim is denied, including appealing the decision or pursuing legal action against the employer or insurance company.
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